David Foster Wallace Reader

£16.99

This reader presents a selection of David Foster Wallace’s work, introducing readers to his humour, kindness, sweeping intellect and versatility as a writer. It features the very best of his fiction and non-fiction, previously unpublished writing and original contributions from 12 prominent authors and critics about his work.

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‘One of the most dazzling luminaries of contemporary American fiction’ Sunday Times

‘The most commanding and exciting and inventive rhetorical virtuosity of any writer alive… [He] nailed it like nobody else ever had’ Jonathan Franzen

‘[He was] first among us. The most talented, most daring, most energetic and original, the funniest… This man got inside the world’s mind and changed it for the better’ George Saunders

‘Radical, impassioned, heart-and brain-stretching… His talent was so obviously great it confused people’ Zadie Smith

Discover one of the most celebrated writers of our age – the visionary author of Infinite Jest andA Supposedly Fun Thing I Will Never Do Again

From genre-defining reportage to genre-breaking fiction, David Foster Wallace captured the human experience as no-one else has – in all its multiplicity, sorrow and tenderness, wit and irony and deep, dazzling truth.

Penguin presents the very best of his collected fiction and nonfiction, including extracts from his most famous novels, short stories and iconic essays such as ‘Consider the Lobster’. Alongside these classic pieces is exclusive, previously unpublished work, and critical contributions from twelve prominent authors and thinkers, all commissioned specifically for this collection.

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Weight 0.662 kg
Dimensions 19.8 × 12.9 × 4.1 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

976

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

818.608 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K